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Get Free Kenexa Word Sample Questions

Below are free sample questions similar to the questions seen on a typical Prove It Microsoft Word assessment. For both interactive and multiple choice questions, our products offer the ability to practice with software similar to the one used by Kenexa. After completing the questions, fill in your details. A file with step-by-step solutions will be sent to the email provided.


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Prove It Style Microsoft Word Test Practice

Many companies and placement agencies require their candidates to take a Microsoft Word assessment test as part of the recruitment process. This product is often a part of a test battery which includes other MS Office applications, such as Excel. The Microsoft Word tests measure your ability to complete tasks in Microsoft Office Word software at various levels. This assessment can either be formatted as a multiple-choice test or an interactive test.

 Interactive Test Questions

Copy and paste the contents of the text box below to the top-left corner of a new Word document (left click hold and drag to mark the text → right click → choose "copy" → on the Word document, right click → choose paste.)

Attendance list


Zack Col
Sandra Cooper
Don Miller
Stacey Cobos
Dana Garsen


John Dennis
Linda Gross
Melissa Little
Jeff Silano

When you start, your Word page should look like this:

Page preview for interactive questions

Basic level questions 

  1. Change the Page Margins to Narrow.
  2. Sort the students' names alphabetically in ascending order.
  3. Add numbering to the "Students" and "Teachers" lists separately.
  4. Change the layout of the "Students" list into two columns.
  5. Create an "Annual Style" header.

Advanced level questions

  1. Add the Developer tab to the Ribbon.
  2. Record a Macro that will apply yellow highlighting. Name the macro: "Approved," and assign it the shortcut "Alt+k."
  3. Insert a Bookmark next to the "Attendance List" title. Name it "Title."
  4. Add the word "Back" below the list, and make it a Hyperlink to the "Attendance List" title.
  5. Change the document settings to show Readability Statistics.

Multiple Choice Test Question

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